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Old School Group needs ID, names of faces in photo

2013-07-02 - Printing Creations, 110 N. Monroe Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Joyce Coomer. Joyce Coomer at Printing Creations has been presented another mystery photo by someone hoping to have it identified and passed the puzzle on to us and we're passing it on the CM Readers - so now the burden of responsibility is squarely with y'all. Joyce and I have done all we can. If you know only the school and the exact or circa year, send that; if you know all the names, that would be fantastic. Surely, either way, there will be an extra jewel in your crown by and by. We'll appreciate it. And may we'll be able, sometime, to figure our a way to easily archive all the picture conundrums and maybe. Send comments using the "Comment's" button with this photo. - EW
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